After editing a file in-browser, is there a way to add the commit to an existing pull request? The in-browser editing is convenient for quick changes but at this point it seems that multiple quick changes (e.g. spelling change in both source and header) lead to isolated, one-file-at-a-time code reviews.
Hello @Brian Baugh,
You can add changes to a PR in-browser by navigating to the file you want to modify in the source browser with the PR source branch selected. So, in the example below if there was a PR from dpenkin/branch-pull-request to master, modifying the file when dpenkin/branch-pull-request branch is selected would add a commit with to that PR (note that you need to uncheck "Create PR for this change" checkbox when submitting a commit).
Unfortunately, only one file can be edited at a time when making in-browser commits at the moment.
Let me know if you have any questions.
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